A group of friends of the English Cemetery and members of the congregation of St George's joined forces last Saturday morning for a Working Party, aimed at sprucing up the area around the church and removing an accumulation of leaves and other debris
Two local authors were invited to be the speakers at this month's meeting of the Costa Press Club, both giving insights into Marbella's iconic port.
Journalist Jorge Lemos, author of Puerto Banús: Historia de un Ambicioso Proyecto, spoke entertaini
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It can be no secret to long-standing SUR in English readers that this newspaper has been a fan of Cudeca since its beginnings in 1991. As the then editor of the paper, three years later, I was proud to present Joan Hunt with the first SUR in English
Estepona. The April meeting of the Costa Press Club took the form of a guided tour of Estepona led by the town's head of Tourism Strategy, Aleksandra Broch, followed by drinks and tapas at the Casa del Rey restaurant.
Members travelled from Malaga
When Ferdinand and Isabella, the Catholic Monarchs, swept into Malaga in 1487 they immediately set about turning the city into a Catholic fortress, converting the main mosque into a cathedral and smaller ones into churches. They allocated the housing
The Joven Orquesta Provincial de Málaga (JOPMA) and the even younger Orquesta Escuela which feeds into it gave a concert in the MVA Cultural Centre in Malaga on July 4th, billing it as a tribute to Bernardo de Gálvez.
The orchestra association's p